From mid-October to late November Berkshire is clothed in red, gold and bronze. Here are some of the best places in the area to enjoy autumn walking at its best.
This is a short three-mile walk through the woodland that inspired Kenneth Grahame's Wild Wood in The Wind in the Willows. On the Maidenhead and Cookham Commons website there's also a longer version.
Walk in the footsteps of the Brunner family with walks all around the estate at Greys Court. You'll discover plenty on foot.
See the landscape at Basildon Park change colour this autumn on a parkland walk whilst you take the time to be surrounded by changing hues of red, orange and yellow.
Cliveden's autumn colours develop from September through to November; making it worth several visits to appreciate how the dramatic landscape scenery transforms over the season.
Scroll through our downloadable autumn walks across London and the South East and pick the colour that suits you best.
Enjoy an autumn ramble in the beech woodlands of the Chilterns. They blaze with colour at this time of year. Or make the most of warm days in the landscape gardens at Stowe.
Area ranger Nick Marsh leads an autumn walk. Follow in the footsteps of Boudica's tribe along tree-shrouded avenues and hollow ways to the ancient Hill Fort at Pulpit Wood.